Un Chant d’Amour Critiques

Jean Genet Un Chant d’Amour (full movie) Review by Mr Cox : i first seen this when i was a young man. I think it helped to make me, me. I am very grateful… Stunning…. Well ahead of its’ TIME!!!! And upon the second viewing, dick here

Manos Hadjidakis “Saturday night”

from “The Songs of Sin” Lyrics: Dinos Christianopoulos Music: Manos Hadjidakis Interpretation: Andreas Karakotas Piano: Dora Bakopoulou Scenes from the film by Jean Genet Un chant d’amour (1950)

magnificent caring loving

He was magnificent, caring  loving, he’d open me with his tongue and fingers, and I’d do the same for him, and then we’d go for it turn by turn, couldn’t stop. The first sign that things were moving onto another dimension was on Ron’s side. I’d dick here

20 lithographies pour un livre que j’ai lu

20 lithographies pour un livre que j’ai lu”, Jean Genet, Roland Caillaux, 1945 75 yeras ago it was virtually impossible to look at pornographic images of men masturbating or having sex. So in 1945 when “20 Lithographies pour un livre que j’ai lu” was published dick here

Understanding Un chant d’amour

Jean Genet‘s only film, which he directed in 1950. Because of its explicit (though artistically presented) homosexual content, the 26-minute movie was long banned and even disowned by Genet later in his life. The plot is set in a French prison, where a prison guard dick here

THE FISHERMAN OF LE SUQUET

A secret accord a gentleman’s agreement was worked out between my mouth and the cock of an 18 year old fisherman although it is stilled tucked away in his blue shorts. Time air and the landscape around him Were dimming stretched out on the sand dick here

True Love by J. O. Brian

Every time I sense you, I sense everything… I sense your mind with tranquility and strength. Your tranquility generates a utopia within this nightmare of a world. Your strength carries my fragile soul for eternity. Simultaneously, your tranquility and strength shape a universal connection within dick here

Jean Genet – Documentario

The Portrait of Jean Genet is an art installation by Joe Banks from the art project Disinformation, on display at the Freud museum in London. The work focusses on the writer Jean Genet and looks at how Genet’s unconscious mind has been affected by his dick here